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This fall we’re going to be seeing a lot of cool browns with silver, blue, and violet undertones. These shades pair beautifully with rich fall colors and provide a strong contrast that makes your eye color pop. This deep slate shade has a multi-tonal surface with an icy blue reflection and the burnished gleam of metal. Get the professional formula and application tips in the notes. –– Laura Martin

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Dark, cocoa-hued brown may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think about spring hair color, but the deep shade is gorgeous paired with pastels. A rich dark brown is a great way to add shine to your strands, to make them appear thicker, and to give your hair a rest before you start adding summer highlights. Get the formula for this gorgeous shade and tips on application in the style notes. –– Laura Martin 

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Newton’s Third Law states that every action has an equal and opposite reaction, a principal that applies particularly well to the current trends in fashion. Punk-inspired hair color, daring short cuts, and high-maintenance retro styling is getting turned on it’s head, replaced with deconstructed shapes, air-dried texture, and more muted hues. This doesn’t mean you have to return to the mousy brown shade you were born with, just that the colors of the moment look like you were born with them. Click the style notes to learn more. –– Laura Martin

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This deep charcoal hue is actually a very dark brown, not black. The cool undertones give it the drama of a raven shade, but it’s less harsh than jet. The reflection of this hue is silvery, but it’s got just enough underlying gold to work on a warmer skin tones. Click the style notes for application tips and the professional formulation. –– Laura Martin 

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Nutty hues carry a delicate richness that exudes healthful beauty, like this light cool brown. The primary tone here is a cool brown, but the ashy base is balanced with a topaz reflection. The rich neutral shade goes with a variety of skin tones and eye colors. Click the style notes for application tips and the professional formula. –– Laura Martin

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